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Range Rover, moto both in the drink after crash

A crash on the Thai border saw two vehicles sunk in different bodies of water. One man was speeding in a Range Rover, rushing to cross the Thai border, when he collided with a motorbike that was attempting to cross the street.

The car was flung into the canal while the bike landed in a rice paddy field. Both vehicles ultimately ended up at the police station, and the motorbike’s driver in the hospital.

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